Digiti Sonus is an interactive audio/visual art installation based on fingerprint sonification. Transforming the unique patterns of fingerprints into sonic results allows the audience to discover sensory identities. The sonification of data produces a real-time music composition as a representation of integrated human identities. The distinct visual features of fingerprints as an open musical score are executed in diverse ways and converted into three-dimensional animated images. By controlling the starting point of animated visuals, the musical notes are reorganized in different orders and duration, which resonates with attendees' bodies and minds.
Yoon Chung Han
University of California, Santa Barbara